If you just say it, you can do it right.
And poor Pluto just was not heavy enough to make the cut.
Useful: When Pluto was discovered in 1930, little was known about the other dwellers of the solar system and the smallest planets.
In 1992, researchers discovered more than 1,000 objects orbiting Neptune that competed and often exceeded the size of Pluto, said the International Astronomical Union. The members began narrowing down the criteria for qualifying objects as planets, and the truth became extremely clear ̵
If Pluto were a living thing, it might have taken the loss badly. But it's not like that, the heart of the world broke for it. The solar system has not shrunk – on the contrary – but it certainly feels smaller without a ninth planet.